moveing a application over to KDE2.0

Michael McConnell mmcconnell at uniserve.com
Fri Mar 24 21:06:17 UTC 2000


My comment was not intended to, bash, KDE 2.0 or anything along those lines. I too
compile the CVS releases of KDE 2.0 from time to time (perhaps once a week,
definitely not daily (-: ). But what I intended to say was, it is a little
complicated to be continually doing this. His question was so general it was quite
clear to me, no offense intended, that he was quite new to the whole ordeal.

All in all, KDE kicks ass (-:

mike

Martin Piskernig wrote:

> On Fri, 24 Mar 2000, you wrote:
> > One quick thing, QT 2.0 is fine, sure. good deal whatever, BUT
> > KDE 2.0 is called the *KRASH* release, it's still in alpha I believe, DON'T
> > run it. If your a develop that really wants to develop for kde 2.0 to keep
> > most current, you should be able to figure this out on your own. I'd
> > recommend using the latest stable release of KDE.
>
> I update the KDE2 cvs sources nearly daily and it is working quite good right
> now, so if you know how to use cvsup I would definitly give it a try. (Note: You
> will need to update your autoconf/automake stuff in your application.)
> Apart from that, you will need Qt 2.1 (available as beta3), NOT Qt 2.0 for KDE2.
> --
> Martin Piskernig
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